How take away stick from fabrics ? I have some

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Samples of fabrics whith stick paper behind.
q how take away stick from fabrics i have some
q how take away stick from fabrics i have some
q how take away stick from fabrics i have some
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  • DORLIS DORLIS on Dec 02, 2017
    For tightly woven fabrics, gently pull the strips away from the fabric. For loose woven fabrics, do the same but hold down the threads so they do not pull away from the fabric. I used to work for an interior designer and salvaged many samples this way.
  • Mar24192659 Mar24192659 on Dec 02, 2017
    SOME PEOPLE SOAK IN HOT WATER TO REMOVE THE PAPER THAT WON'T EASILY COME OR USE A HOT IRON.
  • Dena Roberts Dena Roberts on Dec 02, 2017
    I agree with Dorlis. Gently wash the fabric in cool water and lay flat to dry, to remove leftover stickiness.
  • Veronica Villouta Stengl Veronica Villouta Stengl on Dec 02, 2017
    Ok. The point is that the fabric after washing became soft...or old.
    • Sharon Sharon on Dec 02, 2017
      New fabric usually has sizing on it, you can add fabric starch to the rinse..... or you can buy starch or sizing in a spray can. You can spray and iron on.
  • Veronica Villouta Stengl Veronica Villouta Stengl on Dec 02, 2017
    I'll try it now!
  • Loretta Loretta on Dec 02, 2017
    I have some of these. Do you mind if I ask what you are going to use them on. I can't think of what to use them for.
  • Veronica Villouta Stengl Veronica Villouta Stengl on Dec 02, 2017
    I like Patch Work ... maybe some mixed whith denim peaces 😍🤷‍♀️
  • J J on Dec 02, 2017
    I have tried many ways to remove labels from the reverse side of upholstery and drapery fabrics. The best way, I have found, is to saturate the pieces with water and then submerge them, one or two at a time, in a lidded casserole and microwave for a minute or less. Labels are easily removed and any gummy residue may be scraped off with a butter knife. Have fun!
  • J J on Dec 02, 2017
    Just a note from J above. Put at enough water in the casserole to submerge the swatches.
  • Veronica Villouta Stengl Veronica Villouta Stengl on Dec 04, 2017
     I like this idea!!!! Thanks a lot J !
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